GEOINT Community Week
USGIF’s GEOINT Community Week brings together the defense, intelligence, homeland security, and geospatial communities at-large for a week of briefings, educational sessions, workshops, technology exhibits and networking opportunities.
2019 GEOINT Community Week Events
Nov. 18-22: Present “Intro to GEOINT” at Your Local School
USGIF is looking for volunteers to share our Intro to GEOINT presentation at your local schools during GEOINT Community Week. This is a great way to give back by helping EdGEOcate our future leaders.
We have prepared presentation materials for you that are geared toward upper elementary through lower high school grades and provide an overview of GEOINT—geography, maps, satellites, imagery, remote sensing, GIS, and careers. The presentation takes 45 minutes to one hour and is highly interactive with games, Q&A, stories, videos, and much more.
If you are interested in presenting Intro to GEOINT at your local school, please contact Christine MacKrell at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, Nov. 8.
Nov. 19: GEOINTeraction Tuesday
Embassy Suites, Springfield, VA
GEOINTeraction Tuesday is a casual networking event where you can develop new relationships, exchange ideas and discover business opportunities. Our guest speaker is Dr. Andrew L. Brooks, Chief Data Scientist at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
NGA Campus East, Springfield, VA
USGIF and its Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Working Group will discuss current challenges and strategic initiatives related to the role of artificial intelligence, machine learning, cognitive computing, and deep learning in geospatial intelligence.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s involvement in this event does not imply endorsement of USGIF by the United States Government.
Nov. 21: Professional Certification Testing
Trajectory Event Center, Herndon, VA
USGIF is offering individuals the opportunity to take exams under its Certified GEOINT Professional Certification program. The CGP-G exam is free for individuals to pilot. The CGP-E, CGP-R, and CGP-D exams are offered at a 25% discount.
Nov. 21: YPG Third Thursday
Ann Arbor, MI; Melbourne, FL; St. Louis, MO; and Washington, DC
Join USGIF’s Young Professionals Group (YPG) in one of four locations for its monthly informal networking event. No need to RSVP we’ll see you there!
Nov. 21-22: Geography 2050
Columbia University, New York City, NY
Organized by the American Geographical Society, Geography 2050 is a multi-year, high-level strategic dialogue among thought leaders from academia, government, and the world of business. The theme of this year’s Geography 2050 Symposium is “Borders and a Borderless World.”
Nov. 23: GEOGala
Hyatt Regency, Reston, VA
The USGIF black-tie GEOGala celebrates the dedication and support of the GEOINT Community and tradecraft. The event brings together leaders from the Defense, Intelligence, and Homeland Security Communities, as well as USGIF members and guests.
Sponsoring and Exhibiting Opportunities
- Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Workshop: Download the application. Applications are due by October 29, 2019.
- GEOGala: Download the application. Applications are due by November 1, 2019. Sponsor table prices increase October 1.